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curiosity is on final approach to mars. soon it'll be begin an extraordinary and complicated landing. something like this has never before been attempted and there is zero room for error. about 17 minutes from now, if all goes as planned, the rover will touchdown on the martian surface. but it takes 14 minutes for a signal to travel from mars to earth, so best case scenario, confirmation will come in about 31 minutes. we expect pictures around 2 a.m. eastern. now, joining us from the laboratory in california. in moscow r where russian space officials are closely following the development and science correspondent david brodie joins us from edge water, new jersey. but first we will go to john zarrella there live in pasadena. john, we are about to enter the period that officials are calling seven minutes of terror, where they will not know if curiosity is alive or dead. >> that's exactly right, john. this is it. they've all been using the olympic term that they have to stick this landing. as you pointed out, that this maneuver to entering the atmosphere of mars, traveling at 13,200 mil
. it is a perfect place to see how earth evolved over millions of years. on mars, if you are looking for evidence of life, you go to a very similar place called the gail crater. here, the layered rock provides a history of mars back to its first billion years. >> that period of mars history is a mystery to us. but also the most exciting history for us because that's when it was most earth like. >> and that's when life is most likely to have developed. so gail is where nasa's curiosity rover is going, between a mountain and the crater wall. >> and we're landing right between those two and kind of the only patch of flat ground. >> can you call curiosity, the sherlock holmes of rovers, with capability to do science that's more than just elementary. >> this mission asked one of the most fundamental questions can you ask, is there life on any other planet besides earth. >> curiosity does not have the ability to detect life itself, unless life stands up and waves at curiosity's camera. but it did k detect what none of its predecessors can. the onboard lab can sniff out organic materials, like carbon, a
. >> stephen: okay. you have a mission to mars going on right now. it starts on the surface of the planet mars on monday at what time? >> 1.31 a.m. new york time. >> stephen: that's what it lands. >> yes. >> stephen: we have a nasa animation showing how you are going to land the rover on mars. talk us through how you are going to do it. >> it's been traveling for months to mars and finally on late sunday night early monday morning, the space craft will separate and hit the top of mars atmosphere. it's in the cruise space. once it hits it has a heat shield like the apollo program. as it ants the atmosphere it will slow down reaching 10g's of ak sell race. we'll pop out a super sonic parachute. that slows it down so drop the whole thing out of the bottom where rockets will fire. it will hover over the surface of mars and let down on a crane until it can sit down on the surface so curiosity can start roving. [cheers and applause] >> stephen: not science fiction that's really going to happen on monday? it's really going to happen. it takes seven minutes from the top of the atmosphere to the surfac
to conserve and reuse water. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. is there anyone else who like to speak? if there's anyone else, please lineup. we will close public comment in a moment. >> good afternoon. i am the chief inspector ed dbi. we're in support of the servant ordinance. we would like to see education from the industry out reach more to the industry is so they can know what is coming forward. i get a lot of different people asking when this is coming forward? we reuse gray water, blackwater, what is coming. we would like to see it go forward. public comment would be a little bit more from them as well. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. next speaker? >> good afternoon. i am june, the senior epidemiologist at the health department here. i have been working with the puc and dbi on this ordinance. it has been a great experience to bring the family together to support the types of projects that we are going to be seeing more and more of. from the health department perspective, we're looking forward to having a formal mechanism by which all of these developments work together to
by a >> issue one. curious and curiouser. >> touchdown confirmed. we're safe on mars. >> an incredible feat. a 2,000-pound robotic rover the size of an automobile is lowered by cables from a jet- propelled platform and lands with pinpoint accuracy on the surface of mars. it is named "curiosity." the touchdown occurred after an edge of the seat seven minutes of terror plunge towards the martian surface at 13,000 miles per hour, and that seven-minute descent came after eight months of voyaging from earth to mars. curiosity lifted off from cape canaveral on november 23rd, 2011. it traveled 352 million miles. the distance between planet earth and planet mars. curiosity is now beaming amazing photos back to earth of the martian landscape. >> it just looks a lot like what you see out in the mojave desert. it's really cool, sought kind of makes you feel at home. what's going to be interesting is to find out all the ways that it's different. >> curiosity will explore rock and martian soil searching for whether life ever existed on mars. the rover will dig for none other than the building blocks of life.
the rover curiosity makes a perfect landing on mars. don knapp at nasa ames research center thousands watched and waited. >>> it was exciting not just the scientist the thousands of people on the grass at nasa ames and now until they came early at about 5:00 p.m. and watched every marker as the spaceship came down here's how the final moments wind. >>> touchdown confirmed. >>> not only did it touchdown ok it turn around faster than anyone expected it sent a low resolution picture of itself on the ground the picture shows it was on the ground and ready to go to work that's what they expect to do in the next coming days. >>> no one would see the rovers to send through the martian atmosphere thousands turned up and down the hill called to what would be a successful landing no one more hopeful than martians scientist chris mckay >>> i watch the clock at 1031 of this unsuccessfully a big sigh of relief and years of exploration on mars. >>> scientists new the rover faced a risky landing and the roaring of cables from the spaceship >>> my interest is the possibility will find a dif
to the left. we have been working together for 16 years. we are wrote -- we were both very young on mars pathfinder and you can make an assessment where we have come. justin mackey builds and is operating the hazcam and the navcam on msl. if you bring up the first image here this is the anti-sonun image. go ahead and bring up the first image. if you look up here at the rover, it is the first image that we took. i have the rsm in the direction of where it was pointing when we took this image. you can see the shadow of the arm in the image and you can see that the mast is deployed. the reason we take this image is we did a sun find to update and make sure that our understanding of the azimuth ankle was correct. then we take the anti-sun image to make sure is 180 degrees off the shadow of where the sun is on the other side. since the antenna session work rate yesterday it will probably work even better today based on that degree of the update. dustin mackey is the owner of the cameras who took this image. i will pass it off to him to talk about that image and the other images he took yester
. supervisor mar: thank you. next speaker. >> my name is laura allen. i am here to speak in support of the non potable water use ordinance encouraging the use of non potable water towards a sustainable future. these water use projects in the past have impeded implementation of water systems -- water saving systems. in addition to this important first step, i believe that san francisco should plan to require these systems in the future. with climate change and an uncertain future water supply, we need to take new steps to conserve and reuse water. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. is there anyone else who like to speak? if there's anyone else, please lineup. we will close public comment in a moment. >> good afternoon. i am the chief inspector ed dbi. we're in support of the servant ordinance. we would like to see education from the industry out reach more to the industry is so they can know what is coming forward. i get a lot of different people asking when this is coming forward? we reuse gray water, blackwater, what is coming. we would like to see it go forward. public comment would be a
landing. nasa scientists celebrate as the multibillion dollar mars rover lands safe and sound on the multibillion dollar mars rover lands safe and sound on the surface of the red planet. captioning funded by cbs. >>> this is the cbs morning news for monday, august 6, 2012. good morning everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. the fbi heading up the investigation into a deadly shooting at a temple in wisconsin. one said the gunman didn't say a word. he just started shooting. it happened in oak creek just south of milwaukee. member of the congregation were preparing a sunday meal when the unidentified gunman opened fire yesterday morning. six people and the gunman were killed. the alleged gunman's home is being searched right now. no motive so far. drew levinson is there. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, terrell. investigators spent much of the night inside the temple and inside the suspected shooter's home looking for clues. trying to figure out who he was, what he was all about and why he did it. law enforcement sources tell cbs news the alleged gunman in
about a one-way ticket to the red planet. >> there's a plan to send humans to mars to live for the rest of their lives. >> i would do it. >> you're not coming back, gayle. >> find out all about it and how you can land a spot in space. and a horse that's really got to get somewhere. "right this minute." >>> i think it's safe to say that everybody thinks their niece, nephew, grandchild, son, daughter, is the cutest of all time. >> mine are. >> absolutely. >> obviously. >> without question. >> which is why your facebook feed is just overrun with pictures of people's babies, nonstop babies, babies, all on your facebook. if you're getting tired of that, there is an extension you can add to your google chrome browser, called "unbaby.delete." apparently it deletes pictures of babies from your newsfeed and replaces them with this, pictures of cats, puppies, bacon. it replaces them with other pictures. >> why replace a baby with a puppy. that's just a baby dog. >> i want an app that can replace everybody's dopey dog pictures. >> you don't like my pictures of mika? >> well -- >> you're in luck, n
that out until the first week of september. i would appreciate that. supervisor mar: colleagues, can i -- can we move up for were without objection? i would like to be added as a co-sponsored. what great legislation. thank you, supervisor chiu. please call items three and four together. >> item 3 -- ordinance amending the san francisco plant code and zoning map to reflect the chinese hospitals special use district. item four -- or this amending the san francisco general palin -- general plan policy. supervisor mar: my understanding is that supervisor olague could not be hshe is not feeling well. so, on items three and four, supervisor chiu? supervisor chiu: colleagues, as i think you know, the chinese hospital was first built in my district in chinatown and 899. then in 1925 -- in 1899. been since 1925, it has provided quality health care to the residents of chinatown. this is a hospital bed as a community-owned non-profit. -- this is a hospital that is a community owned non-profit. given the needed to mature at the health care of our future patients, the chinese hospital is planning t
the >>> this is a fox news alert. space rover curiosity made a landing on mars. nasa isn't expected to find out at about 1:30 a.m. at the earliest. and with us is former nasa astronaut tom jones joining us from our washington, d.c. bureau. and this must be a special night for enthusists and everyone else out there watching. >> mars has been in our imagination over a century. we've had mars rover spirit and opportunity on mars this, rover is so times bigger than those previous rovers and we're going to learn about the suitibility of mars for past and present life there. >> and this is especially intense because nasa is testing out a brand new landing technique. >> it's a real nail biter, there is a sus tim that is there on the planet we're awaiting 14 minutes of radio delay. to get signals back to tell us whether this is being put down on the surface, we're hearing signals to indicate whether each step is been going properly. when we get the final step that it's sitting on mars we'll know it goes for a five-year plus mission. >> and this would only be a success if it's transmitting information in the rig
the mars rover curiosity touched down. >> touchdown confirmed. >> minutes later, the first pictures from mars were beamed back. >> there is the wheel of the rover safely on the surface of mars. >> curiosity went through what was described as seven minutes of terror to land on the planet. it hit the atmosphere at 13,000 miles per hour before jet engines kicked in to slow it down. a crane then lowered the rover safely on to the surface where it reported back to nasa that it was working. >> this is not an incremental step forward. this is a revolutionary step forward. >> launched in november shall the mars science laboratory is on a $2.5 billion mission to find the building blocks of life on mars. >> this enterprise, if you divide it by every woman, child and man in this country comes out to be the cost of the movie. i know i speak on behalf of my colleagues in science, that's a movie i want to see. >> nasa described this mission to mars as being somewhat like a hollywood movie. in true hollywood fashion, the stars have come out. >> i'm trying to change the inner city i come from. >> singer
providing the equivalent facilitation when they meet all those requirements. supervisor mar: thank you. >> ok, so when approving plans and performing field inspections, dbi's field inspection is limited to inspection of public and private property. aspects of the work require approval from various city departments. most notably department of public works and the department of city planning. better communication between the departments would provide a more efficient process and divorce -- accessible city. small-business owners, property owners, and design professionals are encouraged by the department of building inspection to contact us. any questions related to disabled access in compliance with the california building code and the san francisco amendments. the department looks forward to looking -- working with stakeholders and providing technical support, small businesses' needs while providing the access required for persons with disabilities. if you have any questions. supervisor mar: any questions? thank you. >> thank you. supervisor mar: our next speaker is zachary nathan, a
forward. public comment would be a little bit more from them as well. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you. next speaker? >> good afternoon. i am june, the senior epidemiologist at the health department here. i have been working with the puc and dbi on this ordinance. it has been a great experience to bring the family together to support the types of projects that we are going to be seeing more and more of. from the health department perspective, we're looking forward to having a formal mechanism by which all of these developments work together to make sure that these systems go in place in a way that ensure they are going to be a functioning according to our expectations so the health system will be protected along with the environment. if you have any questions about any of the regulations that are being directed by the ordinance, and the puc and dbi have been very helpful. and we're in support of the ordinance. supervisor chiu: i want to thank dph as well as dbi. the three systems really move this forward for the community. obviously we all care about this. thank you. supervi
>> -- supervisor mar: good afternoon, everyone. i am eric mar. i am the chair of the committee. our meeting is televised by sfgtv. [unintelligible] >> please turn off any cell phones or electronic devices. any speaker cards should be submitted to the clerk. items discussed today will be a book on the september 4, 2012 supervisors agenda. supervisor mar: please call item no. 1. >> i am asking to accept and expend the polo fields for the golden gate park. >> thank you. this is my item. this is an important resolution. the board needs to approve a gift from the baker street foundation to accept and expend this gift to hire one of the gardener for assistance in maintenance of the polo fields. because of budget cuts, they are only maintained on a part-time basis. staff determined adding gardening staff was a high priority to preserve the quality of the turf at the 16-acre sports and events complex. it is particularly critical with the upcoming large-scale events at golden gate park. without attention, gophers and heavy traffic will undermine the quality of the turf. the rec and park comm
this image is that risk mode was very benign and consistent with what we expected. during the mars exploration rover entries, we were surprised a little bit. we saw some risk mode behavior that was a little higher than we expected. we could are really explain the physics that went into that. we had to figure out how to model less better and better understand the physics of risk mode. the observed risk mode aligned very well with our pre-date as of this gives us confidence. one interesting thing you will see in the video is that the ground is spanning which is consistent with the capsule rotating underneath the parachute at between one and two degrees per second. during the 92nd -- 90-second dissent, we do 1 degree per second. not a lot of exciting things happening because everything was right down the pipe of what we expected, but that is how we wanted it. one other thing i want to point out, if you can bring up the third image, this is nice because it is verification of an edl requirement. we have countless of them. this is almost three seconds after he chield's separation. the he
into question. the mars landing of the rover curiosity and a half-hour away excitement at nasa ames research center is building don knapp is a non deal hundreds of people and nasa scientists biting their fingernails. >>> actually thousands of people who run the grassy area of the facility they have been gathering since 5:00 p.m. today, gathering and watching the big screen televisions bringing live feeds from pasadena mission control at the jet propulsion laboratory everybody excited that compared to a moon landing they hope the rover called " a curiosity " will touch down safely on mars. no one on earth will be able to see the curiosity rover on the descent thousands expected to get the first signals weather is survives or fails among them mission participant chris mckay >>> all watch the clock at 1031 if the mission land successfully a big sigh of relief and years of exploration on mars >>> the rover have to survive the heat and a complicated loring on cables from the spaceship >>> the possibility will find a different type of life than on earth would i call second genesis >>> it will scoo
are back on mars. the mars rover curiosity landed early this morning. we'll show you some of the first imam as it attempts to answer the question of whether there was ever life on the red planet. >> the fbi investigating a case of what is being called domestic terrorism after a gunman killed six people sunday morning at a sikh temple outside of milwaukee. fox 5 morning news continues right now. right now. . >>> it is monday, august 6th. warricing up to a humid start to your workweek -- you are waking up tie humid start to your workweek. good morning. i'm sarah simmons i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. time to talk a little bit about the weather as we usually do at this time of day. >> good morning. >> warm and humid start to your day. >> yes. >> more of the same. temperatures right now in the upper 70s and low 80s. get this. things will improve a little bit this afternoon. a little less humidity, cooler temperatures than yesterday. >> we should have waited a day to get out in the yard. >> i'm waiting to hear the yard story for an hour and a half. >> you got to wait one more.
. >> touchdown confirmed. we are safe on mars. >> [cheering] >> we are wheels down on mars. >> by the time they relayed the information curiosity had been on mars for seven minutes. look at the mix of triumph, relief and then unbridled joy as curiosity sent back the first images of the surface. thumbnails as they call them from each corner of the rover showing how sits and how it fares. it is the best possible outcome sharing this experience which is one reason why they came to watch at nasa aimes tonight. >> in a sometimes cynical, sometimes idealistic world it took an attempted landing on a different one, mars, to bring all of these people back to the aimes research center. >> this is eight and a half months of waiting at the end of a long mission. >> there are not too many mars landings in my lifetime, so i am glad to see one. >> it took the curiosity rover from space to the surface of mars. from an entry feet of 13 kilometers per second to 0 in ser harrowing minutes. a one-ton rover lowered to the red planet under an untested rock pet power landing device, the most ambitious landing at
-de-force. overnight, after a 350 million- mile journey, the heaviest, most expensive spacecraft ever to land on mars was gently set down in a giant crater on the red planet. >> touchdown confirmed. he long awaited words touched off unbridelled celebration late sunday night at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena, california. cheers and hugs marked an emotional climax to a journey of more than eight months for curiosity. the recovery, itself, even joined the party with a tweet that read "i'm safely on the surface of mars. gale crater i am in you." just minutes later curiosity sent back its first set of black and white images from the crater showing its wheel and shadow. the $2 been 5 billion project came down to what scientists dubbed the seven minutes of terror. depicted in nasa animation, a highly complex series of landing maneuvers never before/x'p trie. curiosity began the atmospheric acrobatics into the thin martian air at 13,000-miles-per-hour. a supersonic parachute deployed to help slow the one-ton object as it hurdled toward the planet. then the heat shield separateed from the recove
around after nasa's "curiosity" rover made a "better than perfect" landing on the mars surface. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, we talk about the spectacular extraterrestrial feat and the next steps for the mission with john grunsfeld of nasa and newshour science correspondent miles o'brien. >> brown: then we update yesterday's shooting at a sikh temple in wisconsin, as details begin to emerge about the alleged gunman. >> woodruff: margaret warner reports on the crisis in syria, as fighting escalates in the capital and more high level officials defect from the assad government. >> brown: we begin a series on the "unfinished business" left behind by congress. first up, help for drought- stricken farmers throughout the country. >> woodruff: and hari sreenivasan has a conversation with scientist james hansen, who links the recent extreme weather events-- like fires and drought-- to climate change. in the previous 5,000 years, sea level went up only one meter. it's now going up more than 10 times faster than that because the p
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helped save so many. >>> and mission to mars. as the most sophisticated space rover ever accomplishes a risky landing on the planet. meet one billionaire who is already planning to make it possible for people to move there. >>> plus, faster, stronger, suspended. five athletes have been sent home from the olympics for failing doping tests. after the scandals of years past and new allegations, how clean are the games of 2012? >>> good evening. i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight, an fbi investigation is under way into what provoked a shooting spree this weekend and whether it could have been prevented. just two weeks after the shooting in aurora, colorado, a gunman opened fire in a sikh temple in wisconsin killing six. today, president obama called for americans to do some soul searching as new details emerged linking the suspect to the neo-nazi movement. abc's brian ross has the latest on the tragedy at the temple. [ sirens ] >> reporter: it was a senseless slaughter. >> and last i heard, a balding man with glasses may have gone inside with a gun and there were shots fired. >> reporter: six
with disabilities. if you have any questions. supervisor mar: any questions? thank you. >> thank you. supervisor mar: our next speaker is zachary nathan, and we have a handout in front of us. thank you for being with us. >> good afternoon. my name is zachary nathan. i am a president of the rewachand -- richmond district. i will be discussing the following six topics. what is a casp, casp inspections, benefits of a casp instea -- inspection, results of a local surf break, and the status of the -- a local survey, and status. what is a casp? the california did our men -- division of the state architect trained experts in disability requirements known as certified access specialists. most are building inspectors, architects, contractors, engineers, and people with extensive background in access issues. they must meet minimum qualifications. they must pass a multiple choice test about codes and standards, access issues, planned -- plan review, and fill the shoes. they have to pay fees and there is a continuing education requirements. so that we keep abreast of what is happening in the field of disabled a
obviously we all care about this. thank you. supervisor mar: grace? >> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you very much. we appreciate the intent and the motivation behind this ordinance. yes, we would appreciate more out reach. we appreciate how important and significant it is. the cost of construction and th. will support the legislation. -- we support the legislation. thank you for your time. i am looking forward to talking to staff. thank you. supervisor mar: so, seeing no other public speakers, public comment is closed. supervisor chiu? supervisor chiu: a couple quick comments. i want to thank the members of the public who commented on this. we have been reaching out to different departments. the more we do that, it can only be helpful. i had a conversation with the head of the rba dimension there were concerns about whether we were impacting the rain water retention mandate, and i want to make clear impacts all programs differently about the subject of water recycling. i think it points to the fact that continued education is a good thing. colleagues, i would ask that we move
rover and the surface of mars. the rover landed safely on mars overnight after an eight-month journey. it will explore the red planet for two years, searching for signs of life. curiosity beamed back three images from the planet after touchdown. doddridge is playing a role with curiosity. >> one of their scientists was at the science center today. >> it was a special day at the maryland science center. a scientist is using curiosity to find out if life existed on mars. >> as nasa scientists were celebrating the successful landing of the mars rover curiosity at the jet propulsion lab in california, in maryland, was doing somearstern jumping around of her own. >> we caught up with dr. stern at the space link exhibit where she was answering questions about her role in the two-year mission. she will be studying rocks, minerals, and the answer to see if there could have been life on mars. >> i help with the design and the testing of the experiments that are on s.a.m., sample analysis of mars. >> the landing and well they sky crane and the largest supersonic parachute. it could set the stag
>>> touchdown confirmed. we're safe on mars! >> making it to mars. nasa scientists cheer as their space rover lands on the red planet to start exploring whether life once existed there. welcome to nhk world "newsline." the space probe called curiosity is now trying to live up to its name. it's exploring the surface of the planet trying to find evidence something, anything, once lived there. the rover landed earlier after a 36-week journey from earth. nasa scientists hope it will help them answer questions about mars' past and about human kind's possible future there. nhk world's alex kirst reports from pasadena, california. >> reporter: nasa scientists spent years preparing for this moment and tense days tracking curiosity's approach to mars. then they heard the words they had been waiting for. >> touchdown confirmed! we're safe on mars. >> reporter: the cheering continued even as the six-wheeled spacecraft started beaming back its first images using one of its cameras. the black and white pictures showed the rover's shadow cast on the surface of mars. the u.s. space agen
. there is high drama coming late tonight and far away. on the surface of mars, in fact. tonight zero hour is approaching at nasa. >>> and later, something we noticed about kate middleton at these olympic games today. >>> in a couple of hours while millions of americans are fast asleep something will take place that's just as daring in its own way as our original moon landing. overnight tonight nasa is going to try to pull off the equivalent of dropping a car onto the surface of mars. and we should know before too long if it all worked. our report tonight from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: after eight months of traveling through deep space nasa's newest rover named "curiosity" is about to land on the martian surface. and it all begins with a high-stakes maneuver that looks like something out of a science fiction movie. >> is it risky? landing on mars is always risky. >> reporter: the rapid descent to mars will raise the temperature on the heat shield to 1600 degrees. >> entry descent and landing also known as edl is referred to as seven minutes of terror because we've got literally seve
looking forward to talking to staff. thank you. supervisor mar: so, seeing no other public speakers, public comment is closed. supervisor chiu? supervisor chiu: a couple quick comments. i want to thank the members of the public who commented on this. we have been reaching out to different departments. the more we do that, it can only be helpful. i had a conversation with the head of the rba dimension there were concerns about whether we were impacting the rain water retention mandate, and i want to make clear impacts all programs differently about the subject of water recycling. i think it points to the fact that continued education is a good thing. colleagues, i would ask that we move this item out of committee with recommendation, but move it to the first meeting in september, just in case there are any questions or concerns so we can continue to get feedback. i would like to include a very technical amendment to one of the purposes and findings to state what we were doing is helping to establish a regulatory structure that will provide a streamlined project approval process for d
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